Final Frontier Design: The Space Suit Experience in Photos

Final Frontier Design: Brienna Henwood in NYC

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Based in Brooklyn, New York, the spacesuit manufacturer Final Frontier Design is developing private spacesuits for commercial spaceflight. But you don't need a rocketship to try the astronaut duds on. On Aug. 28, 2014, the company unveiled its Space Suit Experience, a service that lets customers try on a pressurized spacesuit and perform tasks for $400. Read the Full Story.

Final Frontier Design Spacesuit Experience

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Final Frontier Design is based at Brooklyn Navy Yards, where founders Ted Southern and Nikolay Moiseev have set up a spacesuit workshop. Seen here, the Space Suit Experience launch party on the building rooftop where Final Frontier Design is located. Read the Full Story.

Final Frontier Design Spacesuit

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An artist and costume designer by training, Final Frontier Design President Ted Southern initially took an interest in spacesuit design during NASA's Astronaut Glove Challenge, a contest that offered cash prizes for innovative spacesuit glove designs. Read the Full Story.

Space Suit by Final Frontier Design

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Final Frontier Design is currently in the third-generation of its spacesuit design. The bright orange color a traditional safety color for high visibility. Read the Full Story.

Final Frontier Design Golf Putt

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NASTAR space training center director Brienna Henwood puts a golf ball while wearing a Final Frontier Design spacesuit during the Brooklyn, New York-based company's Spacesuit Experience launch party atop a Brooklyn Navy Yard rooftop on Aug. 28, 2014. Company founds Ted Southern (right) and Nikolay Moiseev look on. Read the Full Story.

Final Frontier Simulator

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One of the hallmarks of Final Frontier Design's Space Suit Experience is the chance to fly a stationary aircraft or spacecraft simulator while in launch position and under pressure. Read the Full Story.

Final Frontier Design's Third-Generation Spacesuit

Once the spacesuit is pressurized, controlling the simulator joystick can be tricky. Read the Full Story.

Kramer in Final Frontier Design's Third Generation Spacesuit.

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Here, Space.com staff writer Miriam Kramer checks her pressure gauge while pressurizing a Final Frontier Design spacesuit. Read the Full Story.

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